PIKEVILLE, Ky. – Community Trust Bancorp, Inc. has been recognized by the organization “2020 Women on Boards” as a Winning “W” company for 2019, for having “at least 20% women on your board of directors,” said Jean R. Hale, chairman, president, and CEO of Community Trust (NASDAQ: CTBI). The following women on its boards of directors:
- Jean R. Hale – Chairman, president and CEO, Community Trust Bancorp
- Eugenia Crittenden “Crit” Luallen – Former Lt. Governor, Commonwealth of Kentucky
- Michelle Matthews – President, Childers Oil/Double Kwik
“We are dedicated to recognizing the value of each individual, no matter his or her background,” Hale said. “Community Trust strongly believes in serving its constituents, its shareholders, its customers, its employees, and its communities with the core values of fairness, respect, and integrity.”
2020 Women on Boards is the only education and advocacy campaign driving the movement toward accelerating gender balance on corporate boards of directors. Its conclusive data and research inform business leaders, investors, and the general public about trends, statistics, and numbers of women on corporate boards.
Community Trust Bancorp, Inc., with assets of $5.0 billion, is headquartered in Pikeville, Ky., and has 70 banking locations across Kentucky, six banking locations in southern West Virginia, three banking locations in Tennessee, four trust offices across Kentucky, and one trust office in Tennessee.